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KPU Richmond

Jennifer Roosma

Jennifer, a member of the Tapestry Church in Richmond, has an M.A. in Applied Theology from Regent College. Jennifer's other hat is medical - she is a GP working part- time as a surgical assistant in the operating room.

Jennifer and her husband Gary and children served in East Malaysia, Borneo, for 10 years, where she was actively involved in encouraging young people in their studies and life decisions.

Jennifer is mother to three sons. Her hobbies include include bike- riding, cooking and Israeli folk- dancing, her and Gary's weekly date night for many years!

jennifer.roosma@kpu.ca

Jennifer Roosma Profile

Marty Shoemaker

Dr. Marty Shoemaker (Dr. Shoe) is a semi-retired psychologist of 40 years, now working on his encore career of engaging students in finding a worldview which makes sense to them. He is a long time member of the BC Humanist Association and a former member of the Social Science faculty at Douglas College.

Marty is currently working on a book on secular humanism and is a proud grandfather, fly fisherman, football spectator and golfer.

martin.shoemaker@kpu.ca

Marty Shoemaker Photo

Skye Lynn Fulton

Skye’s name means, "misty island, refreshing water brooke." Skye loves refreshing conversations and enjoys relating to students in their everyday life. Her favourite word is "koinonia," Greek for "community and the coming together of people."

Skye has lived, taught and worked around the world. She trained in vocal music and has an MA in communications journalism. Skye and her husband, Randy, embrace their work of welcoming international students to Canada.

skye.fulton@kpu.ca

Skyte Fulton Photo

Se-Youn Moon

Se-Youn is a member of the Tapestry Church in Richmond.

seyoun.moon@kpu.ca

 

KPU Surrey

Ethan Vanderleek

Ethan is a member of Fleetwood Christian Reformed Church. Born and raised in Surrey, BC, Ethan has wandered the globe studying and exploring philosophy, spirituality, and Christian theology.

Ethan sings, plays guitar and harmonica, and is in a folk-rock band called The Translators. He loves good beer, food, and conversation on spirituality, philosophy, theology, music, movies, books and politics. He also loves Ultimate Frisbee, volleyball, and swing dancing.

ethan.vanderleek@kpu.ca

Ethan Vanderleek Photo

Are you currently an active faith representative/chaplain who is interested in volunteering your time to support this initiative as a Multi-Faith Centre Chaplain on a KPU campus? For more information, please contact: multifaith@kpu.ca